Denver and Pumpkin

I have officially been in Denver now for two weeks and one day.  I’m loving living in a town with the mountains so close and have been enjoying them on the two weekends I’ve been here.  Looking at the leaves changing from a mountain top is pretty extraordinary.  As a welcome to Denver post I decided to tie it in with a welcome to fall post.  I love, repeat, love cooking anything with pumpkin in it.  This weekend I made a pumpkin swirl bread.  It’s a play on Pepperridge Farm’s Pumpkin Spice bread. You can find this bread on the shelves for a limited time, but in case you can’t…try making it.  This bread was such a hit at the breakfast table.  The best part about it is that its not too sweet; it has just the right amount.  Kick off the fall season with this bread—maybe even at a tailgate!

Swirled Pumpkin Bread

The only thing I changed in this recipe was using golden raisins versus regular one. And I only did this to keep the colors fally.

Don’t have a rolling pin? No problem!

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2 thoughts on “Denver and Pumpkin

  1. funny!! i have been looking for the pumpkin spice loaf for weeks. luckilly last night i stumbled across it but im sure yours was just as delicious. if i was skilled at baking i would try this. sounds delish

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